Phoet
It's a dense, swirling mixture of soulful electronics...

Italian producer Phoet approaches music with relentless diligence.

Based in Turin, his work is emphatically creative, matching club tropes against a superb vision of sound design.

New album 'Broken Symmetry' - his first full length project to date - drops on April 5th, a tightly conceived 12 track cycle of fractured techno.

We're able to share wonderful new song 'Still Untitled', which pits a storm of barbed electronics against those smouldering vocals.

The soulful touch comes from Sananda Maitreya, utilising a classic sample of his debut album 'Introducing the Hardline According to Terence Trent D’Arby'.

All broken rhythms and distorted synths, there's a degraded, rustic edge to the sound, expertly peeled back to reveal something human underneath.

Phoet comments: “This track is the embodiment of the album's concept, being something that has already happened but happens again, without repeating itself. From ‘As Yet Untitled’ to ‘Still Untitled’, for a song that keeps looking for his way home.”

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Steve Panariti

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